Applied Agile: A Methodology To Make Your Product Development More Strategic
The results are in: Across the board, businesses are winning with agile design and development. According to VersionOne's 11th "State of Agile" report, 98 percent of respondents say their organization has seen success from agile projects.
10 Tips to Designing & Developing an App That Keeps Users Coming Back
Nobody wants to build a forgettable app. But with more than 2.2 million apps currently on Apple’s App Store, standing out in consumers’ minds is easier said than done. When developers and designers get it right, apps are big money. This past December, the App Store posted $3 billion in purchases. In fact, New Year’s Day 2017 marked the App Store’s busiest day ever, in no small part thanks to Nintendo’s newly released Super Mario Run. The throwback app made history with a whopping 40 million downloads in just the four days following its release. How can developers follow in its footsteps? The following 10 best practices are key:
6 Tips for Improving the Development Workflow
A lot of attention gets paid to the importance of workflow, especially in Development. But a tested and well-implemented workflow plan isn’t just process for process’s sake. A well-tuned workflow improves productivity, aligns team expectations and helps to define company culture. Improving your development workflow has the business impact of saving time and money by reducing wasted attention and keeping the focus on building new software.
Building a Web App for Data Visualization
How we built Encompass EKM Metering, designs electricity, gas, and water meters which have the ability to push data into the cloud. With this technology EKM wanted to give their customers a way to see their utility data. Yeti collaborated with EKM to create Encompass, a web app with customizable widgets, that gave customers a versatile way of visualizing and managing their energy data. Here is a look at some of the methods we used to build Encompass.
Better Design & Development Collaboration
Product success depends on close collaboration between design and development teams. The journey from idea to working prototype to awesome product is paved with clear communication between the two. We can look back at most product hiccups and diagnose the problem as a miscommunication.